- The family pass is valid for 2 adults and up to four more family members under 19 years old
- There is no reduced child pass. Children under the age of five are admitted free of charge to the attractions, and children up to the age of 15 qualify for reduced entrance fees
- Free colour souvenir guidebook including maps
You will receive an evoucher mailed to your inbox which you can exchange for your Visitor Pass at any English Heritage Property.
NOTE: This product is not available to UK residents. A specific English Heritage membership scheme exists for UK residents.
To place an order add the required quantity to the box below and click on Add to Shopping Basket.
An English Heritage Pass is perfect for the international visitor, providing great savings and a simple, inspiring way to plan your trip. For a one-off fee you can visit as many of the included heritage sites as you like. The free colour guidebook is great for planning your journey or giving you inspiration for where to visit.
An English Heritage Pass is more cost-effective the more you use it. It’s a great way of discovering hidden gems you may not have known about; the free map ensures no heritage site remains undiscovered!
Read Admission Prices 2013/14 to see what savings you can make against paying the individual entrance prices.
||Eltham Palace & Gardens
||Housesteads Roman Fort
|| 9 Day Pass
|Standard Adult Entry Price
How it works
Your Pass is activated from the moment you redeem your voucher. It is valid for consecutive days only, either 9 or 16.
Amongst the most famous historic attractions in English Heritage's care are:
- Stonehenge and Hadrian’s Wall – two famous World Heritage Sites
- Down House, south of London - the Home of Charles Darwin
- 1066 Battle of Hastings Abbey and Battlefield, East Sussex
- Dover Castle, Kent
- Tintagel Castle, Cornwall – where the legend of King Arthur was born
- Audley End House & Gardens, near Cambridge - a superb Jacobean mansion set in beautiful gardens
- Apsley House - also known as ‘Number 1 London’
- Osborne House, Queen Victoria’s beloved seaside retreat
- Wrest Park, Bedfordshire
- Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden, near Warwick – one of England’s most impressive castle ruins
- Whitby Abbey, Yorkshire - the landing place of Bram Stoker's Dracular
- Wenlock Priory, West Midlands - in the town of Much Wenlock, the birthplace of the Modern Olympic Games
- The Jewel Tower, London - one of only two surviving sections of the medieval royal Palace of Westminster
English Heritage 2013-14 main attractions and individual entrance prices